by Victor Simoes
Three Dollar Bill Cinema kicks off its 27th annual Seattle Queer Film Festival (SQFF) with screenings all over Seattle from Oct. 13 to Oct. 24. The hybrid in-person and online film festival will feature 150 films, auxiliary events, workshops, community meetups, a collaborative multimedia installation, and more.
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Movie production, events, and festivals were hit hard by COVID-19 this past year, but now that the smoke is beginning to clear, Seattle Queer Film Festival (SQFF) is making a comeback with their 26th Edition, produced by Three Dollar Bill Cinema. They’ve announced their full line-up of features, shorts, and workshops running Oct. 14–24.
SQFF is the largest LGBTQ+ film festival in the Pacific Northwest, known for showcasing award-winning films that represent multiple cultures and viewpoints from all around the world.
“We always get over 500 submissions from filmmakers so there is a need and desire from queer filmmakers to have a platform to showcase their work,” festival director Katherine Mullen told the Emerald. “What we really strive for is that our community in Seattle recognizes that and works with us to make Three Dollar Bill Cinema and our festivals the best they can be and supports the work we strive to do.”
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